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|Tail||Regular tail, mid set|
|Aerodrome Reference Code||4D|
|Landing gear||Tricycle retractable|
The Boeing 767 is a mid-size, wide-body twinjet airliner produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Passenger versions of the 767 can carry between 181 and 375 passengers, and have a range of 5200 nm9,630,400 m <br />9,630.4 km <br />31,595,800.548 ft <br /> to 6590 nm12,204,680 m <br />12,204.68 km <br />40,041,601.079 ft <br /> depending on variant and seating configuration. The Boeing 767 has been produced in three fuselage lengths:
- the original 767-200 first entered into airline service in 1982,
- followed by the 767-300 in 1986, and the
- 767-400ER in 2000.
Extended range versions of the original -200 and -300 models, the 767-200ER and 767-300ER, have been produced with added payload and operating distance capability. The 767-300F, a freighter version, entered service in 1995. The B764 is member of the B767 family of aircraft.
|Wing span||51.9 m170.276 ft <br />|
|Length||61.4 m201.444 ft <br />|
|Height||16.8 m55.118 ft <br />|
|Powerplant||2 x P&W PW4062 (281.6 kN) or|
2 x GE CF6-80C2B8F (282.5 kN).
|Engine model||General Electric CF6, Pratt & Whitney PW4000|
(to 5000 ft)
|MACH Climb||Cruise||Initial Descent
|V2 (IAS)||160 kts||IAS||190 kts||IAS||290 kts||IAS||290 kts||MACH||0.72||TAS||460 kts||MACH||0.72||IAS||290 kts||IAS||kts||Vapp (IAS)||150 kts|
|Distance||2900 m||ROC||2500 ft/min||ROC||2200 ft/min||ROC||1800 ft/min||ROC||1000 ft/min||MACH||0.8||ROD||1000 ft/min||ROD||3000 ft/min||MCS||220 kts||Distance||1800 m|
|MTOW||204120204,120 kg <br />204.12 tonnes <br /> kg||Ceiling||FL430||ROD||ft/min||APC||D|
|WTC||H||Range||56455,645 nm <br />10,454,540 m <br />10,454.54 km <br />34,299,671.941 ft <br /> NM|
Accidents & Serious Incidents involving B764
- B764, en-route, Audincourt France, 2017 (On 23 August 2017, a Boeing 767-400ER which had departed Zurich for a transatlantic crossing experienced a problem with cabin pressurisation as the aircraft approached FL 100 and levelled off to run the applicable checklist. However, despite being unable to confirm that the pressurisation system was functioning normally, the climb was then re-commenced resulting in a recurrence of the same problem and a MAYDAY emergency descent from FL 200. The Investigation found that an engineer had mixed up which pressurisation system valve was to be de-activated before departure and that the flight crew decision to continue the climb had been risky.)